Coventry businessman Aaron Ashmore and his company Etch & Pin are embracing all things Coventry by designing and releasing a new pin badge every month which highlights the city’s landmarks and culture.
Some of the badges featured so far include ‘Peeping Tom’, ‘It’s a Batch”, ‘Coventry Cathedral’ and ‘Sent to Cov’
Aaron has been supporting local charities by donating some of the proceeds from online sales to a chosen charity each month. Charities that have benefited so far include Myton Hospice & Free Radio Cash for Kids.
Valley House are delighted to announce that Etch & Pin have chosen Valley House as their April 2019 charity of the month! The April badge will feature the well-known symbol of Coventry the Elephant Bollard
(The April 2019 pin badge)
Aaron Ashmore, owner of Etch & Pin said “we are delighted to be supporting another great local charity this month – Valley House have been supporting people in Coventry since 1977, £1 from every Elephant Bollard badge sold online during April will be donated to Valley House”
LJ Winterburn Chief Executive of Valley House said “We want to say a huge thank you to Aaron at Etch and Pin for his support. We’re looking forward to spotting the pin badges in and around Coventry knowing that Aaron is helping to spread the word about what we do and at the same time raise funds to help us continue to deliver our service”
(Valley House Chief Executive LJ Winterburn with the elephant badges)
To help Valley House make sure you buy your badge in April 2019 by clicking on this link here
Note to Editors
Valley House, a charitable based foundation was set up in 1977 and offers a range of accommodation and community based services to support vulnerable people in and around Coventry.
Published 2nd April 2019, for more information contact Kerry Blakeman, Communications Officer, Valley House 02476 266280